gisselbr at husc8.harvard.edu
Thu Jul 1 11:37:39 EST 1993
In article <C9H8t7.5Kw at hkuxb.hku.hk> billyli at hkuxa.hku.hk (Billy Li) writes:
> I have got a couple of questions:
I have only one answer.
>1) In Genbank, there is a gene originally named HUMTUBAG. In newer release,
> it is named HSTUBAG. What is the difference between HUM... nad HS...
HUM=human, so I would bet that HS=Homo sapiens. They probably
changed it to make it consistent with the rest of their nomenclature.
cell & dev. bio.
harvard medical school
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